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File:Frank Carpenter - Alaska.jpg|thumb|Frank Carpenter near Hot Springs, Alaska '''Frank George Carpenter''' (Mansfield (Ohio)|Mansfield, Ohio, May 8, 1855, – Nanking, June 18, 1924) was an author, photographer, lecturer, collector of photographs. Carpenter was a writer of standard geography Textbook|textbooks and lecturer on geography, and wrote a series of books called ''Carpenter's World Travels'' which were very popular between 1915 and 1930. With his daughter Frances Carpenter, Carpenter photographed Alaska between 1910 and 1924. A collection of over 5,000 images were donated to the Library of Congress[http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2003653070/ Carpenter photograph collection – Library of Congress] by Frances at her death in 1972. The collection at the Library of Congress totals approximately 16,800 photographs and about 7,000 negatives.
Birth name| birth_date = {{Birth date|1855|05|08}}
Birth placeMansfield (Ohio)|Mansfield, Ohio
Death date{{Death date and age|1924|06|18|1855|05|08}}
Death placeNanking
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OccupationAuthor, geographer, photographer, lecturer, collector of photographs
Known for| spouse = Joanna Condict
ChildrenFrances Carpenter, John Carpenter (athlete)
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africa
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cape colony
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frank george carpenter
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